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First NFL Player To Kneel During The National Anthem Is Heading To Arbitration

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Prisoners on work duty, filling sandbags in the "Big Red" work area. Paul Grossheim/Courtesy of Forsyth Library, Fort Hays State University hide caption

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The Forgotten History Of A Prison Uprising In Vietnam

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Panel: Doctors Should Focus On Preventing Depression In Pregnant Women, New Moms

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Play Gives Woman At The Center Of Emmett Till's Murder Case A Voice

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Revisiting 1968's Democratic National Convention In Chicago

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In A Segregated County, A New Charter School Offers An Alternative

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A historical commission decided that Confederate monuments at the state Capitol building in Raleigh, including this one recognizing the North Carolina women of the Confederacy, will not be moved. Gerry Broome/AP hide caption

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Gay Pride marchers parade through Manhattan carrying a banner that reads, "A.I.D.S.: We need research, not hysteria!" in June 1983. Barbara Alper/Getty Images hide caption

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Long Before Facebook, The KGB Spread Fake News About AIDS

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Researchers are trying to understand why black and Latino children are more likely to die of certain cancers. FS Productions/Blend Images/Getty Images hide caption

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Miriam Davoudvandi, 26, is one of many Germans who took to Twitter to share her experiences of racism starting as early as elementary school. Davoudvandi's teachers doubted her language abilities. Today she is the editor-in-chief of a hip-hop magazine and is fluent in five languages. Esme Nicholson/NPR hide caption

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Minorities In Germany Are Sounding Off Against Racism With #MeTwo Hashtag

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Robin DiAngelo On White People's 'Fragility'

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Faneuil Hall's Ties To Slavery Spark Debate In Boston

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